My client actor Jason Tobias books role of Jesus in the new feature film
The Second Coming of Christ

#JamesGarner 

#JamesGarner 

Man’s Best Friend

Man’s Best Friend

My rescue “ROCKY” on honor of #LENNOX 

My rescue “ROCKY” on honor of #LENNOX 

TRUE #LOVE

TRUE #LOVE

Please watch this video starring my client actress Tammy Klein #AUTISM

fortuneflux:

Mr. Rockford? You don’t know me, but I’d like to hire you. Could
you call me at… My name is… uh… Never mind, forget it!
— “The Rockford Files”

lucky-ladybugs-lovelies:

Looked over The Queen of Peru script again and noticed to my surprise that at one point when Jim Rockford and Stephen Kalifer are negotiating with Donny Waugh and Mike Trevino for the diamond’s ransom, Mike makes an outburst and goes, “How the hell … !”
That doesn’t sound like Mike at all. I write him as a very mild fellow. Donny Waugh would be much more likely to explode like that.
I was sure I didn’t remember Mike making an outburst in the episode, so I got it out and reviewed the first scene. And I was right; Mike does not make such an outburst. He mostly lets Donny do the talking; I think he only says two, mild lines during that scene.
It’s always interesting to see the differences between the script and the finished product. I really like the episode best, and this is another example of why. I like Mike to be a mild sort; he’s rather endearing that way. (Although he has, very occasionally, lost his temper in the stories.)

lucky-ladybugs-lovelies:

Looked over The Queen of Peru script again and noticed to my surprise that at one point when Jim Rockford and Stephen Kalifer are negotiating with Donny Waugh and Mike Trevino for the diamond’s ransom, Mike makes an outburst and goes, “How the hell … !”

That doesn’t sound like Mike at all. I write him as a very mild fellow. Donny Waugh would be much more likely to explode like that.

I was sure I didn’t remember Mike making an outburst in the episode, so I got it out and reviewed the first scene. And I was right; Mike does not make such an outburst. He mostly lets Donny do the talking; I think he only says two, mild lines during that scene.

It’s always interesting to see the differences between the script and the finished product. I really like the episode best, and this is another example of why. I like Mike to be a mild sort; he’s rather endearing that way. (Although he has, very occasionally, lost his temper in the stories.)

The Rockford Files 4.16

abriefingwithmichael:

Rita Moreno. The story is basic, and slow to start, but Moreno does a good job of carrying the episode. (She appears in more scenes than Jim!) 7/10

therene:

René guest starred in the 5th season of “The Rockford Files” appearing in the 13th episode titled  “With the French Heel Back, Can the Nehru Jacket Be Far Behind?”
The episode aired Jan. 5, 1979, with René appearing as a fashion designer named Masters.

therene:

René guest starred in the 5th season of “The Rockford Files” appearing in the 13th episode titled
“With the French Heel Back, Can the Nehru Jacket Be Far Behind?”

The episode aired Jan. 5, 1979, with René appearing as a fashion designer named Masters.

Well, just who are you? The Arch Duke of Guacamole?
Jim Rockford (via invasionofcoffeemonster)
The Rockford Files 4.18

abriefingwithmichael:

Dorrie Kavanaugh. The first third is an enjoyable comedy of errors, turning Jimbo into a spy (basically) for a story that is very different to the usual Rockford Files fare. The rest of the episode is a low-key, slow burning romance that gets better and better with every passing scene. There’s nothing particularly fresh or novel about the story (once it actually gets started properly) but the performances are so good they raise the material considerably. 9/10